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Health is fairly good at this place now. considering the weather that we have had the past week. Mrs. Mencie Cottingham spent a few days the past week with her daugh ter. Mrs. L. F. Dewoody. She will leave Tuesday night for Willspoint, Texas. The party at Mr. and Mrs. Frank lins Saturday night was much en joyed. All that was lacking, they didn't let them play long enough. Olir musicians. Messrs. Riley Carrol and Dutch Anglin will leave us this week. F.d Cottingham spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Do woody. He is still undecided as to where they will go. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Trantliam visit ed his mother near Prescott Sunday and Sunday night. J. C. Buford made a business trip to Junction City last week. Mr. Wood of Prescott, spent Satur day and Sunday with Mrs. J. W. Cot tingham. Louis Dewoody killed the champion hog the other day. It measured 7 feet from tip to tip. and weighed 420 pounds. They got 12 gallons of lard from this one hog. Miss Edna I’urifoy spent Saturday night with her cousin. Brad Dewoody. Genie Cummings and son are real sick with flu. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barlow and lit tle son Dawson made a trip to Pres cott Sunday afternoon. 1. ——r— SUTTON j The writer attended church at Antioch Sunday and heard a fine ser mon preached by their pastor. Itev. L M. Byers. Those that are on the sick li<t this week are. Mrs. A. J. Adams, Miss Tads Milliner. Tvy Mitchell. W. .T Davis, little Jenette Sutton. Earnest Lambert •and the little son of Mr. Dink Stark. Wizard Waddle, the sou of Mr. Gordon Waddle was run over and kicked by a mule last Thursday eve ning. He was unconscious for two two days and nights, but his condition is better today. Monday. .T. T>. Smith has bought the old store house formerly occupied by D. E. Evans and will open up a geueral mercantile business in the near future. Now, just watch our burg grow. Our hearts were made sad this morning when we received the mes sage of the death of Bro. W. C. Felts which oecured at his home in Pres cott last night. January 28th. Bro. Felts has many friends in this com munity who sympathize withhis heart broken family. Medford Hnzzard had the misfor tune of getting his finger cut off one day last week at school. ( ail jnraan nas ncen on mt* sick list the past few days, but is better. Byufin Easterling and wife visited relatives here Sunday. The juniors of the Sutton high school which are. Misses Helen Murry. Oleinye Mitchell. Tennie Bennett, Alta Bullock, and Lee Lambert: Messrs. Wade Smith. Medford Hazzard. Itoht. Waddle, Cohn Garrett, Willard Wad dle. Charlie White and Morris Field ing are planning a play for some time in tlie near future, called “The Yankee Peddler.” The Sutton school has begun to practice for the county contest, which is to be held here the tlrst Friday in March. Misses Lois Woodul and Iteva Arm strong, Messrs Wade Smith and Robt. Waddle were the guests of Miss Clemnye Mitchell Sunday afternoon. J. E. Butler of Union, passed through our burg one day last week. Claud Sutton and wife visited rela tives at Antioch Saturday and Sun day. Miss Tennie Bennett spent Sunday with Miss Carrie Woodul. • Millard Bright and Jeff Hamilton attended church at Antioch Sunday. The Hypatliia society was disap pointed Friday night about their pro gram on account of the rain. Paris Stokes and sister, Verna, of Bluff Springs, took dinner with J. W. Erwin and family Sunday. Success to the Picayune and its bunch of readers. -o For sale or rent ot responsible party, 130 acre farm near Bluff City. Easy terms. Mrs. C. W. McKelvey, Fies cott, Ark. 12-21-tf * * Health in this community is good at tliis writing. Sunday school was well attended Sunday. Misses Opal and Zetlia Steed spent Sunday with Miss Anise Miller. The singing at Mrs. Harper’s Sun day night was well attended and all reported a nice time. Mrs. Lizzie Farchild of Rosston at tended Sunday school here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hart visited their parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. ITart Sunday. There will be a musical at Mr. Joe Clarks Wednesday night. Every one is invited. Mr. Huron Darby who has been working at Harrison. Ark., for the past year has returned home, seeking a place of refuge. Bro. Adams will fill his regular ap pointments Sunday and Sunday night here, and there will also he a class meeting Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Calhoun visited relatives at Hope Friday and Satur day. Misses Alta Hart. Opal and Zetlia Steed visited their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hart Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brown visit ed Mrs. Brown’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. IV Tomlin Saturday night and Sunday. George Woosley and Henry Martin passed through the burg Monday on their way to Waldo. The musical society is still progress ing nicely. We have got the new song books. Every body come and help us out. M. A. Hart, who has been seriously ill with the flu. lias recovered. We are having some rainy weather in this community. Success to the Picayune. -o 1 P1NEY GROVE f We have hart plenty of rain. The Little Missouri river has overflowed low bottoms. We almost had a snow last week. We only regret that it didn’t reach here. Messrs. Willie and Clyde McNeely, Freeman Cagle, Owen and Arloe Hen drix. Roy Cagle. Andrew and Charlie Lucas and others of the Piney Grove "Tigers" serenaded Eld Wliaite Fri day night. Willie and Clyde McNeely spent Saturday night week with Dewey De fore of Houghton. The old telephone line is being re constructed. putting in poles where needed, etc. The line will be ready for connection witli central in a few days. Mr. and Mi's. Will Garner and son Hoy spent Sunday with J. H. Hooks. '-o Am now handling cream and all farm products at the Imon Gee old stand. If you belong to the union, bring your produce to the agency. Ed S. Gladden. Rales Agent. F. L. U. of A.. Prescott, Arkansas. 1-18 w3 jg 1 am now prepared to gj handle your cream every day for the Dixie Creameries gj Highest prices and quick- jg est, most courteous jg service. jg Hubert McGough Prescott, Ark. | WHITES CHAPEL J Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Crouse at tended church at New Siloam Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. AV. H. Bull visited AA’hoeler AA’liite and family Sunday. Elders Martin and Fought filled I their regular appointment at New S’loam Saturday and Sunday. 1 Lem AA'hite visited Mr. and Mrs. ; !,rnn Martin Saturday night. Tom Goodwin and family visited Earle Reaves and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bailey, after spending a few days with their daugh ter. Mrs. AA’heeler AA’hite left for their home near Holly Springs Sunday afternoon. All who can lets go to Holly Springs next Sunday and hear their new preacher. Bro. Campbell. He doesn't believe that it is the Lord's will for any one to go to hell. -o I FORREST HILL | AA’e are having some real winter weather and lots of flu. Howard Cofield returned from Smack over last week. Miss Allie Rarham is ill at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Halbert Colloid spent Saturday and Sunday at Emmet. Mr. and Airs. Marshal Back spent Sunday with Mrs. Beck’s parents. Miss Eileen Barham, who has been on'the flu list for the last three weeks, began school again Monday. The enrollment of our school is near sixty. Aliss Alta Tye is ill of pneumonia. Aliss Frances Months spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. liar moil Cofield. Alls. .1. A. Cofield is on the sick list. Air. and Airs. James Atchison spent Sunday calling on friends. ROSSTON » ■ —————— Health at this place is good, with the exception of a few cases of flu. G. C. Jarvis, who has been in the Sanitarium for the past week, is get ting along line. He will soon he able to be brought home. Our pastor, Elder Haney failed to fill his appointment here last Sunday on account of rainy weather. Otis East and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday with her brother, Lige Overton. It. Q. Wortham has returned from Rochester. Minn., where his wife is under treatment at Mayo Bros. Hos pital. He reports she is doing fine and will be able to come home soon. Miss Branch Hart spent Sunday with Miss 1. V. Hall. There will be a meeting of the F. L. r. at Holly Springs on Friday and Saturday. All members are expected to be there. We are glad to say that the ninth grade averaged 0." per cent in all studies last month. They were as follows: Misses Anna Dixon. Gladys East. Gertine Pinkerton, Willie Tom Chamberlain and Mr. Vuel Chamber lain. We are glad to report that Odell Luck was able to come back to school last week, after a case of pneumonia. Most of the men of Rosstou have enough of Smackover. and are coming home to their wives and children. Miss Dovie Mae Dixon spent Sun day with Brunette Whitehead. Broil to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cham berlain last Tuesday night, a seven pound boy. Good luck to the Picayune. I ROCKY MOUND | Well, hello to all of the people of Hie dear old Picayune. After a few months absence 1 will come again. Health of our community is very poor at this writing. Oma Kennedy has been on the sick list for the past week. I.ittle Ralph Sampson, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia, is improving slowly. Mrs. Mary Gentry is o tithe sick list this week. Rev. H. C. Kennedy has almost finished his new house. Dallas Groff is moving to Gale. The people from this community that went to Smackover have return ed home. The pound supper given by Charlie Extraordinary Pulverizing Effect Thoroughly pulverizing the soil, the Oliver chilled walking plow approaches plowing perfec tion so nearly that farmers have come to regard its use as positive assurance of proper seed bed preparation. The design of Oliver chilled plows insures smooth, easy running and extremely light draft, features that every farmer requires in a walking plow. Their long life is evidenced by the fact that many farmers have in their possession Oliver chilled walking plows that have been giving satis faction for over a quarter century. The thou sands of Oliver chilled plows now in use are proof of their wide range of suitability for the various plowing conditions. We have in stock the types suited to the plow ing conditions throughout this section. Nevada County Hardware Co. . Phone No. 6 and Anna Kenedy was well attended. Robert Rolls and wife have sold out and gone to Texas. Tom Muuii and wife started for El Dorado last week. Sorry to set* them go. Lois Fore and Opal Prince were the J guests of Oiuu Kennedy one evening last week. Dwight Cklbm was the guest of C. W. Kennedy Saturday night. Lois Fore and Vistor Tucker at teiided church at ('aney last Satur day night. PURINA FEEDS SEED OATS CEMENT SEED POTATOES FERTILIZER ONION SETS ivivivV.viviv^'iv^vV.VAV^iviviv^.r.V.VAVAV.V.r.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.X.V.V.XvV.V.VvV.V.XvVvX Full line of other feeds and groceries. Located in the Prescott Hardware Co. building facing Court House. This is a Cash Store, but it means a saving to you. MAKE THIS PLACE YOUR HEADQUARTERS Phone 131 CHRISTOPHER CASH STORE Profitable Repairs When your system is run down, you consult the best doctor in the town. When your shoes run down, consult the best Shoe Re pairer in your town Our Work Insures Health, Economy and Comfort DANIELS SHOE SHOP Shoe and Harness Repairing Phone No. 268 J. E. Daniel, Prop.